For your needs
These BluCapp tubes are equipped with ridges on the cap, which gives you a good grip with gloves on. In addition, the 3/4 tightening mechanism allows for easy one-handed manipulation. In line with the diverse needs of laboratories worldwide, these tubes are also equipped with easy-to-read volume markings, and a labeling area of 20×50 mm. You can be assured of a leak-proof and high-quality seal, and the possibility of freezing at -80°C.
Also available as 50 ml
The CAPP BluCapp centrifuge tubes are manufactured to handle a wide range of liquids. In addition, CAPP supplies the tubes in two volumes: 15 mL and 50 mL. This way you are guaranteed to find the tube for your application. The 50 mL tubes are available as self-standing skirted tubes, and non-skirted test tubes. These tubes can handle a higher centrifugal force, namely 20,000 RCF. They also have the same properties that make the 15 mL tubes so good.
With CAPP’s expertise and years of experience, you don’t have to worry about a bad purchase. The BluCapp centrifuge tubes are made of the purest polypropylene for the best lab performance.
The BluCapp tubes are suitable for temperatures from +120°C to -80°C, so that they can meet any demand.
The tubes are designed with the end user in mind: the cap has ribs and can be closed with a 3/4 turn.
Capable of withstanding centrifugal forces up to 20,000 RCF.
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